Buffalo Pointe Lodge
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So we rose & left Vegas at 6am wanting to miss the heat & break the back of roads to get to the start of our fun. So we headed east out of Vegas towards the Grand Canyon on the freeway busy even at 6am! The route afforded great views & vistas on very long roads, with heat ever increasing. We arrived at Grand Canyon West, where we walked …
... time on the red route, which is the longest and covers most of the rim with numerous stops for hiking and viewing of the magnificence of the canyon.
We were fortunate that we got there early in the day, as the rain showers came in for the early afternoon. It rained for a couple of hours, so we took a lunch break. By the time we finished browsing the gift shop and eating, the rain was lighter. We hopped ...
... a favourite chewing toy of the wolves!
After this was done we headed into the park with great excitement. First up were the mountain goats, and then we drove through into the next enclosure, the donkeys. Each enclosure was separated with a cattle grid with electric fencing strung between so gave it a very open feel and also unreal as we drove from the donkeys right on into the wolves, almost like they could just stroll on over and have donkey dinner if ...
... baby back ribs, and Jody had a BLT sandwich. I don't know why I ordered the full rack, as they were HUGE and very delicious, I just couldn't eat it all. A half-rack would have been plenty. Jody did laundry tonight, and we will need to head over to the Post Office tomorrow to ship some more t-shirts back home.
332.1 miles today
14,782.2 miles total
7.730 gallons today
354.711 gallons total
... roads are clear. In the restaurant is a small gift shop and in the train station is a larger gift shop all very nicely done. In the morning we prepare our luggage for pickup, then go to breakfast, then mosey over to the station and watch a 'gunfight' entertainment while we are waiting to board our train departing for the Grand Canyon.
Back in the late 1800's after ...